Did you miss yesterday’s news? See below for a recap of some of the top stories on Fox 8 News and FOX8.com.
VIDEO: Boy, 12, Survives Hit-and-Run
CLEVELAND — Cleveland police are searching for a hit-and-run driver who struck a 12-year-old boy as he was trying to cross West 132nd Street on Monday night.
A surveillance camera mounted on a house in the neighborhood was rolling as the car, believed to be a Toyota Corolla or Camry, struck Martin Lattner around 8 p.m.
The boy’s father, Marty Lattner, told Fox 8 News that he is counting his blessings that his son is still alive.
Man Tried to Lure Kids with Candy, Police Say
LORAIN, Ohio — Police believe a child predator is on the loose in Lorain and trying to lure kids with candy.
He’s tried to lure young boys with candy two times this week – both times the kids got away.
“He’s scared. He didn’t want to go to school today,” said Songa Zakowski, the grandmother of one of the victims.
Woman, 77, Pulled From Vehicle During Routine Traffic Stop
People are debating whether or not a police officer in Texas handled a situation appropriately.
The officer made a routine traffic stop. But the driver was less than cooperative.
Jerry Lawler Stable After Heart Attack
(CNN) — World Wrestling Entertainment commentator Jerry “The King” Lawler was in stable condition Wednesday evening in a cardiac care unit in Montreal, two days after suffering a heart attack, the organization said.
“He is awake, recognizes family members and is communicating with them,” the WWE said in a posting on its website.